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Sunday, 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Instructor: Janet Cordova
Zumba Gold is back at the JCCCNC! Zumba Gold is a low impact fitness class utilizing up-tempo Latin music to create a fun and enjoyable workout. Join instructor Janet Cordova as she hosts fun and energetic Zumba Gold classes every Sunday. Whether you are looking for exercise or to make new friends, come out and enjoy this fun ongoing program!
Students of all ability levels are welcome.
Member Fee: $32/month, $10 drop in
Non-Members Fee: $37/month, $12 drop in
Nabe Nights @ the Center
January 2019 – with Abraham Lincoln High School Japanese Language Department
Friday, January 25, 2019
6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
$25 General Admission
Join us for our next Nabe Night, our community fundraiser program where the Center teams up with a different community group once a month to host a nabe (Japanese hotpot) dinner! Proceeds from ticket sales go toward supporting both the Center and the partnering community organization for the month. Our second Nabe Night will be held in collaboration with the Japanese language department at Abraham Lincoln High School. Come out and enjoy a great social dinner while supporting the Center and Lincoln High School’s student trip to Japan in the summer!
We’re looking for more community partners to host additional Nabe Nights! If your community organization, group, team or program is interested in scheduling a Nabe Night fundraiser with the Center, please contact Programs Manager Haruka Roudebush at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Japanese Breads with Eri Combs
Saturday, January 26, 2019
2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Instructor: Eri Combs
$65 JCCCNC Members
$75 General Public
In this fun class, you will learn how to master 4 types of popular Japanese bakery breads:
- Whipped Cream-filled Anpan
- Matcha Green Tea Rolls
- Curry pan (filled with curry)
- Japanese loaf bread
You will make your own dough by hand, which you will get to take home to make extra bread. In addition, you will learn how to mix, proof, and we will fill, bake and decorate our breads in class, which you will also get to take home. You will leave with 6 of your delicious creations, as well as recipes and your homemade dough which you can bake at home!
About Eri Combs:
Eri is a baking instructor and also a mother of 3 children. She teaches cooking at a private school, and sells bread once a week. “I started baking bread when I was little, I learned while baking together with my mom. After I came to America, I started selling Japanese bread such as An-pan, cream-pan, melon-pan, or curry-pan. My most famous bread is ‘whipped cream an-pan’; it’s made with Japanese and American techniques and also my favorite bread to make.” We hope you enjoy both the great baked Japanese treats you make with Eri, as well as her expert instruction!